MOESM1 of Skeletal light-scattering accelerates bleaching response in reef-building corals

  • Timothy D. Swain (Creator)
  • Emily DuBois (Creator)
  • Andrew J. Gomes (Creator)
  • Valentina Stoyneva (Creator)
  • Andrew J. Radosevich (Creator)
  • Jillian Henss (Creator)
  • Michelle E. Wagner (Creator)
  • Justin Derbas (Creator)
  • Hannah W. Grooms (Creator)
  • Elizabeth M. Velazquez (Creator)
  • Joshua Traub (Creator)
  • Brian J. Kennedy (Creator)
  • Arabela A Grigorescu (Contributor)
  • Mark W. Westneat (Creator)
  • Kevin Sanborn (Creator)
  • Shoshana Levine (Creator)
  • Mark Schick (Creator)
  • George Parsons (Creator)
  • Brendan C. Biggs (Creator)
  • Jeremy D. Rogers (Creator)
  • Vadim Backman (Creator)
  • Luisa A Marcelino (Creator)
  • V. Backman (Creator)

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Additional file 1: Figure S1. Dynamics of holobiont reflectance (R H ). Panels a–f are aligned into columns defined by light (broken line in a) and temperature (dotted line in a) conditions (described in Figure S1). Response of an exemplar low- $$ \mu ^{\prime}_{{S,m}} $$ μ S , m ′ coral (S. pistillata) through (b) time series photos of explants, (c) spectral RH, and (f) means (black line) and standard errors of the 10 random measurements collected to estimate R H normalized to its skeleton reflectance at 675 nm. Response of an exemplar high- $$ \mu ^{\prime}_{{S,m}} $$ μ S , m ′ coral (M. digitata) through (d) time series photos of coral explants, (e) spectral RH and (f) means (gray line) and standard errors of the 10 random measurements collected to estimate R H normalized to its skeleton reflectance at 675 nm. Spectral skeletal reflectance (R S ) in panels c and e shown to contextualize R H with the limit of R S values in the visible spectrum where photopigments have substantial absorption (e.g., 675 nm, chlorophyll a absorption peak); for wavelengths > 700 nm, the limit of R H may be greater than R S . As corals bleached and less than 10 % of symbionts remained associated with the host, R H approached the values of R S .
Date made available2016
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